]In the last 24-months some of the smartest people on the planet have taken massive financial losses. Even multinational corporations have been shocked and stunned by the depth of this international recession. The good news is things are getting better every day. All of us are smarter and tougher than we were two years ago, and we’re going to leverage what we learned to be bigger and better than ever. My critical thinking question for you in this video post is: are you a comeback artist, or are you buying into the middle-class idea that the world will never be the same and we’ll all have to settle for less than we expected in our lives? If you’ve lost money and been wondering how you’re going to earn it all back, you’re not alone. If you’ve lost your job and been down on your luck for awhile, don’t feel bad; it’s happened to millions of us. Whatever your struggle has been during this economic correction, you only have two choices: settle for less or swing for the fences. Whichever you decide, know one thing: the world class will never stop chasing their dreams. They will fail, lose money, and be taunted by the masses as foolhardy and naive, and they will continue to persist until they succeed. These people are professional comeback artists, and they cannot be stopped. They play to win and take no prisoners. And when they finally break through and make it big, the friends and relatives who called them foolish will label them lucky. Watch this short video I filmed today in Brighton, England, where I’m doing radio and TV interviews for my book, How Rich People Think. Steve Siebold ( 3:56 )
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Author and Professional Speaker since 1997. Past Chairman of the National Speakers Association's Million Dollar Speakers Group. Author of 11 books with 1.4 million copies in print.